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Known Credits: 36

Birthday: 1893-04-12

Day of Death: 1920-09-05

Place of Birth: New York City, New York, U.S.

Adult Actor: False

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Robert Harron

Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Robert "Bobby" Harron (April 12, 1893 – September 5, 1920) was an American motion picture actor of the early silent film era. Although he acted in scores of films, he is possibly best remembered for his roles in the D.W. Griffith directed films Intolerance and The Birth of a Nation. He was also the older brother of film actor John Harron and actress Mary Harron.

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Acting
1919 The Greatest Question as Jimmie Hilton
1919 The Mother and the Law as The Boy
1919 True Heart Susie as William Jenkins
1918 Hearts of the World as The Boy - Douglas Gordon Hamilton
1917 The Bad Boy as Jimmie Bates
1916 Intolerance as The Boy (Modern Story)
1914 The Avenging Conscience: or 'Thou Shalt Not Kill' as The Grocery Boy
1914 The Escape as Larry Joyce
1914 Home, Sweet Home as The Eastener, Robert Winthrop
1914 Brute Force as Harry Faulkner (Prologue) / Weakhands (The Old Days)
1914 Judith of Bethulia as Nathan
1913 The Yaqui Cur as Strongheart, a Yaqui Youth
1913 Death's Marathon
1913 The Battle at Elderbush Gulch as The father
1912 The Old Actor as The Messenger
1912 The Burglar’s Dilemma as Young Burglar
1912 The Painted Lady
1912 The Musketeers of Pig Alley as Rival Gang Member / In Alley / At Dance
1912 So Near, Yet So Far as The Rival / In Club
1912 An Unseen Enemy as The Boyfriend
1912 Man's Genesis as Weakhands
1912 A Beast at Bay as A Farmer
1912 The Massacre as In Cavalry
1912 The Sands of Dee as Bobby
1912 For His Son as At Soda Fountain
1911 The Battle as A Union soldier
1911 The Last Drop of Water as In Wagon Train
1911 Fighting Blood as The Old Soldier's Son
1911 Enoch Arden: Part II
1909 The Little Darling
1909 The Drunkard's Reformation as Theatre Usher
1909 Those Awful Hats as Theatre Audience
1908 The Song of the Shirt as Stock Boy
1908 Balked at the Altar
1908 At the Crossroads of Life as Messenger
1908 The Boy Detective, or The Abductors Foiled as Swifty